investment | BITs
| 7-Sep-2004
Los países en desarrollo han participado en un gran número de tratados bilaterales de inversión (TBI), así como en acuerdos de libre comercio (ALC) que incluyen obligaciones explícitas de proteger los derechos de la propiedad intelectual por ser considerados como “inversiones”.
| 25-Aug-2004
The Big Food Group which owns the Iceland chain of food stores, has abandoned its more than 12M pounds sterling claim against Guyana for the nationalisation of the sugar industry 27 years ago.
Bilateral investment agreements: Agents of new global standards for the protection of intellectual property rights? | 5-Aug-2004
Developing countries have entered into a large number of bilateral investment treaties (BITs) as well as free trade agreements (FTAs) that include explicit obligations for the protection of intellectual property rights as "investments".
ZNet | 26-Mar-2004
You’ve got to wonder at the nerve of New Zealand trade officials. During the furtive Multilateral Agreement on Investment negotiations and the subsequent international waves of opposition they were quietly hatching binding bilateral investment deals containing provisions resembling some of the most controversial elements of the MAI.
| 24-Mar-2004
The recent explosion of bilateral investment and trade agreements and investor-state disputes is of growing concern. Many mobilisations against the World Trade Organisation (WTO) aim to stop attempts by industrialised countries to kickstart talks on a multilateral investment agreement at September’s Cancun Ministerial meeting.

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